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Legends

A Novel of Dissimulation

by Robert Littell

Legends by Robert Littell X
Legends by Robert Littell
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    Apr 2005, 386 pages

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    Apr 2006, 400 pages

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Overall, I enjoyed the book. I wanted to get to the end to see how these three characters blended or not to overcome their issues. After watching the TV show, I find that surprisingly, the book is lacking; and the end of the TV show much more satisfying, as well as Martin's confusion. And I am confused by the ending of the book. Not to give any spoilers, I would REALLY like to know if the book ends in the word "light"; or did my copy on Amazon Prime get cut somehow? If it did, it needs a sequel...
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